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Posted · Original PosterOP

As always I make my homework on time, like always. So... I have to give a small 5 minute presentation tomorrow about computer science stuff.

But I`m kinda out of interesting and  intruiging subjects (that I haven`t done before). That aren`t too complicated for relatively no-techie people...

Hit me up :)


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2 minutes ago, UnlimitedTMD said:

As always I make my homework on time, like always. So... I have to give a small 5 minute presentation tomorrow about computer science stuff.

But I`m kinda out of interesting and  intruiging subjects (that I haven`t done before). That aren`t too complicated for relatively no-techie people...

Hit me up :)

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Why not explain how cpus are made , or what are the different components of computers ?


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Just now, VerticalDiscussions said:

Homework on time, weeeeee! Bio-Informatic!

I sadly didn`t choose Biology, so it`s hard for me to understand some stuff, as for the other students...

Would be interesting tho


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I guess the different parts of PCs and what they do is a fairly basic topic that can be made into a 5 minute presentation


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Just now, Supercian411 said:

how they make cpus?

 

 

Just now, Coaxialgamer said:

Why not explain how cpus are made , or what are the different components of computers ?

I would love to explain how, but I`ve seen whole documentries but still don`t understand most stuff and it would be too complex for most `normal` students I think....

But if ya`ll don`t think so, I`ll go with it


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Just now, UnlimitedTMD said:

 

I would love to explain how, but I`ve seen whole documentries but still don`t understand most stuff and it would be too complex for most `normal` students I think....

But if ya`ll don`t think so, I`ll go with it

i personnally like this video a lot

 

 

 


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Don't do a presentation nobody but you and the teacher cares about, do something interesting that people your age will want to know more about. Maybe how Apple changed the smartphone industry or something along those lines that your audience can somewhat relate to.


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Just now, ToniBamboni said:

Don't do a presentation nobody but you and the teacher cares about, do something interesting that people your age will want to know more about. Maybe how Apple changed the smartphone industry or something along those lines that your audience can somewhat relate to.

But I`m afraid it would become too complex, even for my teacher, which is a dick btw, he doesn`t care or do anything. So I`ll need to be generally normal to get a good grade xD


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But it has become `all the different parts of a PC and their function` (not too difficult for non`techies)


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Just now, ToniBamboni said:

Don't do a presentation nobody but you and the teacher cares about, do something interesting that people your age will want to know more about. Maybe how Apple changed the smartphone industry or something along those lines that your audience can somewhat relate to.

instead make it 1 hour long and about how to plug in a usb lead

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1 hour ago, Supercian411 said:

instead make it 1 hour long and about how to plug in a usb lead

You're missing my point. Just because OP loves Comp Sci and technology doesn't mean he should make his classmates suffer through a presentation over topics they have no knowledge of. You're acting like you look down on non tech-savvy people simply because they have different interests. I'm saying OP needs to select a relatable topic that can engage his classmates and make a good presentation.


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Just now, ToniBamboni said:

You're missing my point. Just because OP loves Comp Sci and technology doesn't mean he should make his classmates suffer through a presentation over topics they have no knowledge of. You're acting like you look down on non tech-savvy people simply because they have different interests. I'm saying OP needs to select a relatable topic that can engage his classmates and make a good presentation.

no because they don't care about learning something new

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Just now, Supercian411 said:

no because they don't care about learning something new

No because nobody gives a shit about binary or how a CPU is made, people just want tech to work. OP can still make a good pres and teach his classmates something new.


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I typically don't think about general technology when I think of computer science...

What I think about is programming and the math behind computers.

 

Personally, I'd talk about neural networks and HPC, maybe in the context of self-driving cars to make it interesting to most people rather than confusing...


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How about something that will directly affect average end user experience such as SSDs vs HDDs. Explain the tech behind both and go into a little detail as to why SSDs are faster (perhaps using seek time for your example).


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